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Approximately 14 years ago Attorney Angelo A. Papa, B.S., M.A., J.D., (by then a former student/athlete, coach, teacher, high school administrator, school board president, and assistant prosecuting attorney) encountered a substance abuse, criminal case in which the defendant relapsed and was arrested two additional times before the first plea could be formally entered. Not knowing what to suggest to the parents a now deceased colleague led him to a personal meeting with a prominent addiction physician which would change forever how he felt about addicts and their representation.
The meeting blossomed into a win/win/win working relationship with Dr. Robert Woolhandler. The client and attorney offering to the court a no nonsense, objectively measurable, individualized treatment plan helped the attorney and client with all of the legal issues and the immanency of legal problems helped the physician experience patient cooperation at levels never before imagined. The medicine assisted treatment style of Dr. Woolhandler was especially attractive to the attorney, family and court because unless medically impossible he never varied from an abstinence model, by (at that time) administration of naltrexone through revia daily tablet medication. The law and medical communities were working together and saving lives as well as tax payer dollars.
As revolutionary and compelling as their document “team successes” were, an even more dramatic breathtaking development occurred on October 12, 2010 when the FDA approved Vivitrol. Vivitrol is a monthly, non-addicting, injection, which has been demonstrated to us to put cravings in remission, and with coordinated counseling prevent the relapse of drug addiction and alcoholism.
This connection to the medical community and particularly associated “medicine assisted treatment variations, especially naltrexone/Vivitrol was quickly followed by the inclusion of coordinated counseling, and ultimate incorporation into an individually prescribed, legally binding document, including without limit: sentencing orders; and “last chance” domestic relations, professional discipline, school/college, and employment contracts.
By connecting “law” to (drug and alcohol) substance abuse issues, it not only maximized the advantage in the huge numbers of cases available, but also provided invaluable assistance to the medical profession, in making (short, intermediate, and long-range) extended care binding, and therefore much more effective.
Once the “legal/medical” model had been proven viable, he began teaching this model to attorneys through the C.L.E. (continuing education requirement) to spread the word.
In order to take this teaching effort to another level, it was decided to take this program into the private and public schools. This development solved a brick-and-mortar community center logistical problem, provided a priceless opportunity to connect educators to the legal medical model, proactively presented the latest and best avoidance mechanisms to teachers, parents and non-impaired, future adult citizens, provided the latest and best lead treatment options to endangered youth, and also gave instruction from professional educators to the legal and medical profession on coordinating efforts.
The annual events are wonderful opportunities for recruiting, orienting and teaching, treatment providers who will work with other professions and consider all tools at minimum: medicine assistance (time lines for methadone, suboxone, pain management and naltrexone daily tablet, implant monthly Vivitrol); coordinated counseling; and incorporation into an individually prescribed, legally binding mental, physical, spiritual, social , behavioral modification contract. The on staff professional educators at each location will provide invaluable assistance for working together, independently through administrative, communication, on and off-line, high technology infrastructures.
Finally, the inclusion of the mock trial “another voice project” and the one hour formal opening ceremony, emotionally calls the entire community leadership together to develop and maintain the political will to establish, and thereafter maintain a learned debate on this very important topic. We have taken the liberty of adding DVD highlights and samples of some of this work.
II DESIGNED TO HAVE SOMETHING “VALUABLE” FOR EVERYONE, ESPECIALLY:
1. School age children programs from (a) Grades (12-10) (7-9) (5-9) (all)
2. School Board, Administrators, Guidance, Counselors, Teachers, Staff
3. Parents, Concerned Citizens, Local Community Leader Celebrities
4. Higher Education: Under Graduate/Graduate Instruction, Leadership & Students
5. Policy Makers and all Elected Officials including Legislative and Fiscal
6. Clergy Non-Denominational
7. Employers, Unemployment, Vocational and Educational Rehabilitation
8. Legal: Judiciary, Bar, Public Defender, District Attorney, Probation/Parole
9. Medical: Psychiatry, Addiction, Counselor, Pain Mgt., In/Out Patient
Medicine Assistance: (Vivitrol, Suboxone, Methadone, Implant, Pill)
III OUR MOST REQUESTED CDR (DOCUMENTS) & DVD TOPICS & PRESENTERS:
Available on disc or on line (web cite/YouTube
SEE MOST REQUESTED CDR (DOCUMENTS) & DVD TOPICS & PRESENTERS
1. CDR # 1 Current Research Vol I and II Combined
All of the latest research from all sources including without limit: National Association of Drug Court Professionals, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, executive department of the United States government, executive department of various state governments, and various agencies found within, Alkermes, Suboxone, methadone, transcripts of in court proceedings, latest legal articles memorandums, recidivism reports, Justice Policy Institute, Drug Policy Alliance, comprehensive footnote bibliography from leading studies done in March 2011, latest articles of any kind related to education, medicine, law, schools, etc., keyword search topics, assessment vehicles, and approved speaker, policymaker, multidiscipline provider lists.
2. CDR # 2 Legal/Medical Forms
This is an ongoing disc or flash drive containing forms used most often including without limit: behavioral modification contract, proposed motion for bond reduction, proposed orders of court, proposed sentencing memorandum, proposed plea memorandum, proposed rule 570 motion, post continuance, proposed for furlough motion, proposed memorandums and briefs, all in word format for PDF.
3. DVD # 1 Overview of the Entire 2 Day Event with 6 Short Videos: (Top L–R)
This is a comprehensive disk containing 6 separate videos: including a template TV commercial which could be used promote the event; a 2 minute promotional designed to attract the attention of young students; a 7 minute inspirational highlight delivered by inspirational speakers, which includes student responses with testimonials, and inspirational graphics; the 2014 event highlights video demonstrates how all walks of a community could be brought together for motivation to help as well as build the political will, by having a one hour luncheon which is preceded by a formal opening ceremony, which includes a roll call of all elected and other local officials in these areas, with a Parade of Honor, inspirational music, national anthem, moment of silence for children and 1st responders lost during the previous year, and finally a networking luncheon; the real life, real players preliminary hearing is preceded by a student made movie, or critically acclaimed” Bob Pack Graduation Day, which not only gets attention, builds the main event will usually take place at least 2 months later; finally proud by jury are testimonials from administrators, teachers and students about the 2 day event.
a. TV Commercial…………………30 Second (Template) to Promote Your Event.
b. 2 Min. Promotional ………Multi Medial Student Oriented Artistic Promo Piece.
c. 7 Minute Highlights ……………………………..Inspirational Highlights Promo.
d. 2014 Event Highlights……..Luncheon Opening/National Anthem/Honor Parade.
e. Pre. Hear./Arrest Scene………Mock Trial Student Movie & Preliminary Hearing.
f. Trial By Jury…………………Testimonials: Administrators, Teachers, Students.
The entire 2 Day Event with all Speakers in Full and More DVD are Available.
Countless Latest, Other Research and Literature Also Available.
Entire 2 Day Event 9 video Set Available Upon Request.
4. DVD # 28 Pack Foundation Graduation Day DUI Real Life Mock Trial Movie.
This critically acclaimed movie, is a real-life fact situation developed through the efforts of Bob Pack and the Troy and Alena foundation. It is a movie from a real-life situation, which has been described by almost everyone who has ever seen it, including most of all the students, to be the most compelling, breathtaking, real-life connection to how a person’s life can change in an instant and under the influence or not paying attention while driving. It includes a crash scene which will never leave the viewer’s imagination or memory. Although, tastefully minus any sensational “gore’ it sucks the students and the viewer’s deeply into the players lives and includes a real-life admonition from a movie star, which will have a lasting effect on all viewers.
This movie is also used as a fact pattern for one of our trial by jury’s, which will include the driver surviving, being crippled and charged with homicide and a host of other charges, while the parents where the alcohol is furnished, are “persons of interest in the local district attorney’s office.
5. DVD # 33 Coalition Graduation Day Mock Trial Adaptation Preliminary Hearing.
This is an actual real-life preliminary hearing stemming from the graduation day movie fact pattern. This fact pattern was play written by attorney Alexander Lindsay, Prof. of trial tactics at the University of Pittsburg, and the same person who will deliver a stirring closing argument, in the actual trial.
6. DVD # 15 SH Presents Vivitrol.
This is a very good animation demonstrating the addiction process, including a very good description of how the blockade works on the receptors dealing with alcohol and opiate addiction. Although it is designed for medical people, young adults and adults can visualize and retain the most important message.
7. DVD # 16 Multi-Profession Experts: Education, Law, Medicine “Learned Debate.”
Disc 16 “A Learned Debate” New Castle City Hall 4/4/14 Panel Discussion Att. Papa/Dr. Capretto/Dr. Barber/Dr. Iaocino/Dr. Wrightson/ William McLachlin/ Nessa Smith Wilson/Dr Gilreath/David Sproat PanelDiscussRev11-14: PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
This is a panel discussion involving a hand chosen, composite of professionals, including without limit; law, education, medicine, and tools, naltrexone by injection coordinated counseling, drug court rationale, and exciting new breakthroughs in medicine and treatment/defense combinations. The panel is a very impressive list of local, educational, legal, health, experts begin an annual “learned debate”. This particular 2014 debate centers around the need for comprehensive legal medical assessment, which includes salient findings and treatment/defense recommendations, which also includes an individualized prescribed treatment defense plan, which can and should be used in court or in other authority figure situations.
Angelo A. Papa Esq. BS MA JD 2014 Moderator Connecting “local” Treatment & Law (0-26:35 Min)
• Dr. Neil Capretto D.O, F. A. S .A. M.. – Psychiatrist/Chief of Staff -Gateway Rehab Center (16:58-26:34)
• Dr. James Barber MD, Pain Management Testing (26:43- 35:59)
• Dr. Wrightson MD, Pain Management, Addiction Physician and Coordinated Counseling (35:59- 49:41)
• Dr. Neil Capretto D.O, F. A. S .A. M.. – Psychiatrist/Chief of Staff -Gateway Rehab Center (49:59- 65:53)
• William McLaughlin MEP Certified Addiction Counselor, Clinical Social Worker (65:59- 83:38)
• Nessa Smith Wilson MSW LCSW MBA, Co-Dependency, Clinical Social Worker, Angelus (83:52-93:48)
• David Sproat MMB, ME Micro Biologist, Clinical Biochemist, Alcohol Monitoring Consults (93:50- 153:30)
• Dr. Valerie Gilreath, III, DO, Board Certified Neurological Surgeon. Prison Medicine (116.00-125:20)
• Dr. Peter Iaocino PhD, President SACS Inc., Retired President, Kennedy Catholic School (125:28- 141:00)
• Closing Comments (142:48- 153:30)
8. DVD # 34 Angelo Papa Bethal Park 3 Hour CLE Legal Class 2015.
This is an actual 3 hour class, one hour ethics in which attorneys can get CLE credits, which demonstrates how an individual lawyer can and should use treatment/defense combinations; to save the life and quality of life of their client and family, and use it in combination with the court system. In jurisdictions where there is no drug court, where there is a drug court and their client is qualified, to maximize the effectiveness of the treatment, or a situation in which there is a drug court and their client is being barred from participation.
Among other things, dressed in this class is the fact we are incarcerating too many people who need treatment and that although this appears to be a problem now. It can be turned into a benefit by connecting law and medicine. This connection maximizes the treatment for the largest concentration of most motivated people, and can make the treatment legally enforceable and binding on the extended care basis.
9. DVD # 17 Dr. James Barber Addiction Predilection DNA Testing.
Disc 17 Dr. James Barber 4/25, 2014 KC: File name when opened on the computer Barber.mp4: PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
Dr. James Barber introduces us to the exciting world medical technology, which includes the ability of pretesting persons to determine with a high degree of accuracy, whether or not they would be predisposed to become addicted to legal pain medication in advance.
10. DVD # 10 Dr. Neil Capretto Chief of Staff Gateway Rehabilitation.
Dr. Capretto is one of the most impressive speaker positions in the entire state of Pennsylvania, recognized nationally, and if not now, will soon be world renowned in the field of addiction. The most compelling part of his message for the coalition, is his integration all elements of a human being as being a total human being, and therefore requiring all modes and tools including without limit: mental, physical, emotional, social, vocational, in-house, outpatient, medicine assistance, including without limit: naltrexone tablet, injection, etc..
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IV OUR CURRENT PRESENTATION FORMAT SCHEDULE MENU: (Least to Most)
1. Our delegation will attend any of your events (show support, comment, assist you, or present)
2. We stage or assist your presentation: Students; Professionals (Educators, Legal, and Medicine).
(1/2 Hour;1Hour; 1/2 Day; Full Day; 2 Day: Week Long Events)
V MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS OF THE “COALITION” APPROACH & 2 DAY FORMAT:
1. DAY 1 AM – NOON MOCK TRIAL Affectionately referred to as “Another Voice” we take advantage of the fall semester when the spring play performers are anxiously awaiting their otherwise once per year opportunity and use these would-be thespians to stage and produce our trial factual scenario, or use one of our favorites like the Pack foundation’s Graduation Day. The fall movie/hearing also “kicks off student interest in the Spring Summit.
2. FORMAL OPENING CEREMONY PROCESSION. In order to attract otherwise busy community leaders, policy makers, parents, local celebrities, educational leaders, courts, employers,
spiritual leaders, citizens, police, media, etc we advertise that for at least 1 hour you can attend our roll call procession, national anthem, moment of silence to demonstrate solidarity while we help
generate and maintain a political will to do something special.
The lunch provides priceless networking opportunities and good fellowship for all participants.
3. DAY 1 AFTERNOON. This is generally reserved for our feature presenters for everyone including, teachers, parents, professionals, etc. In the past we have been honored to offer Dr Neil Cappretto, Dr. Rollyn Sullivan, Attorny Alexander Lindsay, and Judge Christian St. John on the latest breakthroughs in medical/legal assistance to proactively, save as many as possible and reactively provide the best treatment options to students, parents, teachers and the public at large. Group discussion & Q & A closes.
4. DAY 2 AM=PM. Preferably a Saturday to maximize attendance, we desire to provide professional instruction in content area as well as networking, and professional membership in on line infrastructures for research, instruction, and refer sharing, (with continuing professional credits provided. CLE Legal, CME. CEE, Act 48, etc.
5. ANNUAL & CONVENTION STYLE. By having the event annual and announcing next year’s date in the formal closing ceremony we promote next year’s event to facilitate natural growth year in and year out. Additionally by having “convention style” we encourage other geographic regions to send delegations to the “sister” events and maximize the success of all geographic regions as well as foster new locations the following year. Our newest Arizona location will in addition to one of the above formats, also be designed to be a national, once per year, warm weather. leadership, retreat “get away” for all other event administrators to share new ideas. .
VI YOUR PARTICIPATION OPTIONS:
◘ We attend your event solidarity and/or provide speakers/material live or DVD and equipment.
◘ you attend our scheduled annual events: (Mercer Pa. Trumble Ohio, West Virginia, Arizona)
◘ Interested Citizen Solidarity;
◘ Local Celebrity
◘ Professional Student;
◘ Policy Maker
◘ Join Summits Coalition (Referral/Research Sharing Network, Advisory Board, etc.
◘ Corporate, Banner Ad; Program Ad; Sponsor (Tax Deductible 501 C 3)
Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc. Presentations
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WHITE PAPER 062915
Begin and maintain a local learned debate. Neutrally; present, connect, and maintain the most advanced local community networks in education, law, and medicine for on-going, informed, and passionate debates. To create and facilitate a moral and political will for proactive prevention and reactive referral into latest, local, health centered, legally binding, extended care for the drug and alcohol impaired.
(Local Education: private, public, on-line, schools and higher education; Law: criminal justice, family, employment, professional discipline; Medicine: Behavioral, holistic (mental, physical, spiritual, social, educational, vocational, Medicine assistance, (vivitrol, suboxone, methadone, pain management, Coordinated counseling, in and out patient extended care and monitoring; and the local community at large.)
Call to Action Challenge: If you are a professional, community leader, person of influence, clergy, the coalition and your community needs you leadership influence and presence.
If you are a parent, concerned citizen, impaired; you need the latest, most learned, neutral, information. Attend a two hour luncheon or two day annual coalition summit near you.
“Come now, let reason together” Isaiah 1:18
Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc. Presentations A Not For Profit Neutral Educational Event
Local School/Higher Education “Hosted “Annual elm Educator, Lawyer, Medical Professional Drug & Alcohol Summit
Another Voice – Mock Trial Teaching Project “Once Is All It Takes”
VII 2 DAY EVENT: THE ENTIRE 2 DAY 2013 KENNEY CATHOLIC EVENT: 8 DVDS
Available on disc or on line (web cite/YouTube
DVD 2 through 9 (See Specific Overall Presenter Directory)
PUBLIC EDUCATION Dr. Jacqueline Repress, EdD
CODEPENDENCY – Children Who Must Live with Addicts/Alcoholics Nessa Higley Wilson, MSW, LCSW, MBA
STUDENT INSPIRATIONAL Mr. Robin Cole & Mr. Edward Yerage
MERCER COUNY DA Attorney Miles Karson and Attorney Katherine Pepe, Esquire
LOGAN COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Prosecuting Attorney Sabrina Deskins, Esquire
Dr. John D. Wrightson, MD Legal/Medical Assessments, Pain Management – Wrightson War on Legal Addicts
ADDICTION CYCLE Dr. Ata Ulag, MD, FACEP, MPH
Angelo Papa DAY 1 Closing remarks
FORMER DEA Agent Losing the War at Supply and Demand Mr. Larry Forletta
OPENING PRAYER Fr Lucas–
NATIONAL ANTHEM Attorney Kevin Flaherty, Esquire –
Mercer County Court of Common Pleas
Honorable Judge Christopher J St John
Professor Duquesne University School of Law Professor S Michael Streib
Trial Tactics Attorney Alexander Lindsay, Esquire Instructor University of Pittsburg School of Law
WE HAVE A SAY Rev. Fr. Jeffery Lucas Spiritual Message
Mahoning County Drug Court Amy Klumpp, Director
Attorney Matthew Mangino, Esquire
Opposition to Legalizing Marijuana Brenda Heidinger Mahoning County
Attorney Angelo A Papa, Esquire
Dr. Carl R Sullivan, III, MD, FACP – Feature speaker West Virginia University
(Retired Teacher/Coach New Castle School District) Mr. Edward Bender
Senior Pastor Dr. Abel Robles
Cascade of Bad Outcomes Behavioral Sciences Mr. Brian Welsh Drugs & Alcohol
“Been there Done That Hon. Timothy Shaffer State Senator to Magistrate
Dr. Valerie S. “Skip” Gilreath, DO
A Dangerous Dance Dr. Mark Matta, DO Drugs/Alcohol/Mental Health-
11. DVD # 2 of 9
Disc 2- 9 Two Day Event (Multiple Speakers Over 2 Day Event)
Disc 2 of 9
Attorney Angelo Papa, Esquire and Mr. Larry Forletta – Opening comments and introductions
18:20 – PUBLIC EDUCATION Dr. Jacqueline Repress, EdD
27:50 – CODEPENDENCY Nessa Higley Wilson, MSW, LCSW, MBA
59:00 – INSPIRATIONAL Mr. Robin Cole & Mr. Edward Yerage
1:10 – MERCER COUNY DA Attorney Miles Karson and Attorney Katherine Pepe, Esquire
1:37 – LOGAN COUNTY WEST VIRGINIA Prosecutor Attorney Sabrina Amick Deskins, Esquire
1:47 – ADDICTION CYCLE Dr. Ata Ulag, MD, FACEP, MPH
2:10 – Angels-Display Ed Stoner Commemorating students who lost their life
2:11 – Mr. Edward Yerage and Mr. Robin Cole (Q&A)
2:15 – DAY 1 Closing remarks
2:22 – Song – “My Wish for You” – dedicated to Kennedy Catholic Students
2:26 – Principal Heidi Patterson – dismissal of students
12. DVD #3 of 9
Disc 3 of 9
FORMER DEA Mr.Larry Forletta – opening introductions
1:55 – OPENING PRAYER Fr Lucas –
7:15 – NATIONAL ANTHEM Attorney Kevin Flaherty, Esquire –
12:45 Presentation to Ed Stoner (Angels-Display Commemorating students who lost their life)
16:00 – 23:00 Honorable Judge Christopher J St John
28:00 – 31:00 Professor S Michael Streib
33:30 – 43:00 Dr. James Jon Barber
44:00 – 50:00 Attorney Alexander Lindsay, Esquire
50:20 – WE HAVE A SAY Fr Lucas
1:09 – Dr. Neil Capretto, DO, FASAM – feature speaker
13, DVD # 4 of 9
Disc 4 of 9
Question and Answer with Dr. Neil Capretto, DO, FASAM
3:00 – Mahoning County Drug Court Amy Klumpp, Director
4:20 Phillip Brezniak; 6:30 – Amy Klumpp; 12:20 – Sabrina Deskins;
13:40 – Steve Delpero; 16:25 – Gary Hartman; 17:55 – Amy Klumpp; 19:35 – Robert Downey
28:15 – Dr. Jacqueline Respress, EdD – closing
14. DVD # 5 of 9
Disc 5 of 9
Beginning to 23:50 Attorney Angelo A Papa, Esquire
23:55 – Attorney Matthew Mangino, Esquire
51:30 – Mr. Larry Forletta
1:21 – Angelo/Larry/Matthew
1:25 – Attorney Matthew Mangino, Esquire
1:28 – Attorney Angelo A Papa, Esquire
1:37 – Dr. Carl R Sullivan, III, MD, FACP – feature speaker
15. DVD 6 of 9
Disc 6 of 9
Beginning to 1:06 Dr. Carl R Sullivan, III, MD, FACP
1. 1:06 – Dr. Jacqueline Respress, EdD
1:09 – Mr. Charles “Chuck” Adamo (retired State Police; Former Lawrence County Jail Warden; former Lawrence County Commissioner)
1:15 – Mr. Edward Bender (retired teacher New Castle School District)
1:18 – Senior Pastor Dr. Abel Robles
1:20 – Mr. Brian Welsh
1:29 – Honorable Timothy Shaffer
1:35 – Dr. Valerie S. “Skip” Gilreath, DO
1:52 – Honorable Judge Christopher J. St. John
16. DVD #7 of 9
Disc 7 of 9
Beginning Honorable Judge Christopher J. St. John and Attorney Angelo A Papa, Esquire
18:00 – Dr. John D. Wrightson, MD
1:11 – Attorney Angelo A Papa, Esquire
1:17 – Dr. Mark Matta, DO
17. DVD # 8 of 9
Disc 8 of 9
August 17, 2013 Cape CLE Monroeville, Pa. Papa Law & Medicine Substance Abuse Defense Treatment
18. DVD # 9
Disc 9 of 9
August 17, 2013 Cape CLE Monroeville, Pa. Papa Law & Medicine Substance Abuse Defense Treatment
VIII OTHER DVD SELECTIONS
Available on disc or on line (web cite/YouTube
DVD # 10
Disc 10 Dr. Neil Capretto January 2013 KC
DVD # 11
Disc 11 Attorney Mat Mangino January 2013 KC
Attorney Mat Mangino former DA, Member of Pennsylvania Parole Board Authoritative presentation on ethical and professional requirements of an Attorney to his/he client through plea and sentence court evidence presentation.
DVD # 12
Disc 12 Description Summits Coalition TV Commercial
Description Summits Coalition TV Commercial
DVD # 13
Disc 13. Description Vivitrol Original (No SH Intro)
DVD # 14
Description Vivitrol Original DVD (No SH Intro)
Disc 14 Description Brain Addiction (only)
Description Brain Addiction (only)
DVD # 15
Disc 15 Description SH Presents Vivitrol
Description SH Presents Vivitrol
DVD # 16
Disc 16 New Castle City Hall 4/4/14 Panel Discussion Papa/Capretto/Barber/Iocino “A Learned Debate” New Castle City Hall 4/4/14 Panel Discussion Att. Papa/Dr. Capretto/Dr. Barber/Dr. Iaocino/Dr. Wrightson/ William McLachlin/ Nessa Smith Wilson/Dr Gilreath/David Sproat PanelDiscussRev11-14: PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
DVD # 17
Disc 17 Dr. James Barber 4/25, 2014 KC
DVD # 18
Disc 18 Amy Klumpp 4/26, 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer AmyKlumpPart1.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
Along with teammate Brenda Heidinger, Amy is also another main player in the Mahoning County star-studded drug court team. When Angelo Papa stopped to see her after being informed by local attorneys that she is a drug court “guru” several unusual things happened: (1) she dropped everything in her very busy schedule and was more than happy to share her expertise; (2) when he began to recite the relatively few but most important “drug court” reforms being advocated by powerful arguments of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers in their land mark 2009, well researched thesis, she politely disarmed him with not only her characteristic, winning, enthusiastic, smile but also a history of how in Mahoning County they not only do it as the experts suggest, they have always done so. The county is adequately protected from “real criminals” who also happen to abuse drugs and alcohol, and those treated have a local, health, centered, individualized, professionally prescribed, extended care, treatment strategy. Being a former teacher/coach/high school administrator he was absolutely shocked to watch her, armed only with a laser pointer and bottle of water, single handedly keep the interest of, motivate, have fun with and otherwise control students in a gymnasium from ages 12 to 19 for 3 hours. This particular session is Volume 1.
DVD # 19
Disc 19 Amy Klumpp 4/26, 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer AmyKlumpPart2.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
Along with teammate Brenda, Amy is also another main player in the Mahoning County star-studded team. Amy is clearly among the most energetic, and passionate presenters. This inspired professional has been described by many to be an unsung, hard-working, inspiration to the award-winning, Honorable Judge John Durkin , presiding Mahoning County Drug Court. Not only is she a member of the award-winning drug court and selflessly credits all her personal enthusiasm and much of her knowledge to mentor, the Honorable Judge John Durkin, she will go to any school to address children on topics that are real life, with a no holds barred, direct approach. She recognizes that it may be a life-saving moment for some child in that audience, and will leave no stone unturned. The only thing that could possibly surpass her passion, would be the content which seems to be limitless. Students, parents, teachers, administrators, policymakers, lawyers, judges, adult probation and many others will grow professionally each and every time they take the time to attend one of her classes or speaking sessions. This particular session is Volume 2.
DVD # 20
Disc 20 Brenda Heidinger 4/25, 2014 KC: File name when opened on the computer Hedinger.mp4: PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
Although the coalition affectionately refers to Brenda and Amy as Batman and Robin in all seriousness, we know that we are very fortunate to secure this gifted presenter who not only provides a very important insight on many substance abuse issues in areas dealing with students and adults, she provides a particular emphasis and solid reasoning as to why marijuana legalization is not good. Legalizing marijuana seems to get most traction when people are knowledgeable enough to present a well-reasoned argument why legalization would not be in our best interest. This speaker will help policymakers, students, teachers, administrators, parents, and local clergy become more knowledgeable and thus much more powerful.
DVD # 21
Disc 21 Attorney Matt Mangino 4/26, 2014 KC: File name when opened on the computer Mangino.mp4: PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
This speaker being a former district attorney, member of the Pennsylvania parole board, elected official and current defense attorney as wonderful insight into the connecting of law and medicine, and especially a compelling ethical argument for why it may be unethical for an attorney, not to be more involved in sentencing of his client.
DVD # 22
Disc 22 Judge John Durkin 4/25/14 KC File name when opened on the computer Durkin.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
The coalition, believes it’s no secret that the truly great leaders, are those who assemble a team of like-minded professionals, give them clear direction, through hard work, provide leadership by example which translates into momentum, and then selflessly share their inspirational abilities with others. The coalition was very fortunate in 2014 to get this selfless, inspirational, and envisioned jurist to provide comments during our opening ceremony that year. He not only demonstrated the need for jurisdictions to work together, but also captivated the students, professionals, and parents and teachers in attendance. His content was certainly compelling, but it was obvious to all that he is a gifted, and passionate speaker. It comes as no surprise that his drug court is a model drug court all over the state of Ohio. We would be remiss not to note, that each and every day he is striving for personalized individualized treatment/defense combinations, which is very hard to do in a diversionary court system.
DVD # 24
Disc 24 SACS Inc, Presents Robin Coal NFL Super Bowl Steeler Great
Description SACS Inc, Presents Robin Coal NFL Super Bowl Steeler Great
DVD # 25
Disc 25 Talk Show
Description First Learned Debate Angelo Papa, Charles Loreno, Larry Forletta, Dr. Robert Woolhandler, Dr. Robert Andolina
DVD # 26
Disc 26 Suboxone
Description Although a medical presentation, very enlightening on safe, humane, detox and time line progressions toward abstinence.
DVD # 27
Disc 27 Pinchers Law & Medical Problem/Opportunity
Description Graphic on the “perfect storm” having a legal and health problem at the same time creating the environment for the perfect opportunity for goal solution.
DVD # 28
Disc 28 Graduation Day Alcohol Movie
Description Award winning real life alcohol student movie.
DVD # 29
Disc 29 3 TV commercials Summit, Legal/Medical, Medical/Legal
Description 3 template TV commercials Summit, Legal/Medical, Medical/Legal (summit presentation, medical lawyer team, legal medical team.
DVD # 31
Disc 31 Walgreens Slide Show 2013 Event
Description Actual slide show of School 2 day event.
DVD # 32
Disc 32 Graduation Day Short Promo
Description Short 2 minute promotional on the 28 minute Graduation Day Movie.
DVD # 33
Disc 33 SH Graduation Day Adaptation PH Mock Trial “Another Voice Trial by Jury”
File name when opened on the computer SHISAM12-19em2.MP4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is the actual factual basis for a trial concerning the facts from the award-winning movie Graduation Day. This is the actual real-life preliminary hearing, which resulted in the permanently crippled driver, now facing charges of criminal homicide, likely little less amounts of civil liability, as well as the parents of the children where the alcohol is furnished, and being subject to further investigation by the district attorney. This is a real-life preliminary hearing with real police, defense attorney, prosecuting attorney, a real judge presiding. Because this is only the preliminary hearing and foreshadows the leader in the school year trial by jury which is the main event, is a great way to kick off interest and enthusiasm in the main event.
DVD # 34
Disc 34 Angelo Papa Substance Abuse CLE Bethel Park 4/16/15
DVD # 35
Disc 35 Client standard orientation (with BMC approval) 80 min.
Description Client full length standard orientation (with BMC orientation and approval) 80 min. File name when opened on the computer ClientOrientDrug2012HD.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
DVD # 36
Disc 36 Client shorter standard orientation (without BMC approval) 40 min.
Description Client shorter standard orientation (without BMC approval) 40 min. File name when opened on the computer ClientOrientDrug2012HD.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
DVD # 37
Disc 37 Client & Family Message shorter standard orientation (with disclaimers) 15 min.
Description Client & Family Message shorter standard orientation (with warnings, cautions and advisories disclaimers) 15 min.
DVD # 38
Disc 38 Case study and client orientation tw 35 min. File name when opened on the computer TifanyBlurwmv PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox
This is an actual case study of what individualized assessment followed by salient treatment/defense recommendations, can-do to solve the health and legal problem through the same happenstance. By aggressively treating both issues at the same time, many times we can use the otherwise bad event for a positive more long-lasting life-saving opportunity. This particular case demonstrates why the combination of, law, medicine assisted treatment, and coordinated, behavioral counseling can pay healthy dividends for the court system, police, society, the community, the family, and ultimately, the defendant.
DVD # 39
Disc 39 Professional Membership Infomercial 15 min.
Description Invitation for professional everywhere to join our referral network.
DVD # 40
Disc 40 Legal Only Client standard, newer orientation (Original client SHPC Orientation on File) 35 min,
Description Legal Only Client standard, newer orientation (Original client SHPC Orientation on File) 35 min. File name when opened on the computer ClientOrientLegal2012HD.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
Because it was important not to leave any details out during initial client intake and working with family, especially concerning what will be required of the family and the defendant in combining treatment and defense, this is a lengthy multimedia piece which orients the family and the defendant on to what is required and why they should consider the following the format. Although this is an individual approach for this particular attorney, it is his recommendation that these are minimums that are required of the family and the defendant, which likely go beyond a different practitioner’s method and mode. It is a multimedia format so that no one will be confused and always have it to consult concerning what is required by the agreement by the attorney and client for this particular strategy.
Other DVD Not ON Line or You Tube at This time
DVD # 41
Disc 41 Legal/Medical Only TV Commercial 30 Sec
Description Legal/Medical Only TV Commercial File name when opened on the computer SpotLegMedFeb2014.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
DVD # 42
Disc 42 Graduation Day CLOSING ARGUMENT FEATURING ALEXANDER LINDSAY/HON. CHRISTOPHER J. ST. JOHN
DVD # 43
Disc 43 HEROINE MERCER COUNTY PRISONER POEM
DVD # 44
Disc 44 INSPIRATIONAL EDUCATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS 7 Min.
DVD # 45
Disc 45 Medical/Legal/ Only TV Commercial 30 Sec.
Description Legal/Medical Only TV Commercial File name when opened on the computer SpotMedLegFeb2014.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Legal Detox; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
Thirty second template TV commercial designed to the general public with the efficacy of combining the law and medicine for substance abuse or alcohol related crime defense. This template commercial can be used and reused including replacing different professionals and editing language.
DVD # 46
Disc 46 Brian Welsh 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer BrianWelsh.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
Description: this gifted presenter comes to us from the behavioral medicine profession and offers unique insight as well as being a member of the board.
DVD # 47
Disc 47 Dave Gettings 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer DaveGettings.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
The first most obvious advantage gained by the coalition with this professionals in addition, is his voice in the opening ceremony national anthem. Very quickly, anyone who needs this very competent elected official, County Controller for Lawrence County, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania will find that he adds a meaningful presentation through the fiscal spectrum on dealing with our substance abuse problem. 3 more efficient governmental approach. In addition because he lost his son in the Mideast while serving his country, he has a unique perspective to parents who have lost children to substance abuse. Please be on the lookout for these two major yet to be fully developed curriculum.
DVD # 48
Disc 48 Group Discussion 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer GroupDiscussion.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
In 2013 this 2nd panel discussion gave birth to the concept for the coalition to start, record, distribute and thereafter maintain a local, and national “learned debate” in substance abuse, including all areas of the lay and professional, education, legal, and medical communities.
DVD # 49
Disc 49 Alexander Lindsay Esq. 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer Lindsay.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
Although one might be tempted to be lost in the fact that this attorney is a very successful, prominent, nationally renowned criminal defense attorney, a teacher of trial tactics, University of Pittsburg, the playwright for adapting Graduation Day into a mock trial, you are in for a special treat. If you look at all of our DVDs and find his heart wrenching stories on substance abuse. His story in the preliminary hearing for the graduation day mock trial, one of the videos on our list, sure to bring a tear to your eye and the determined will to join our group. He is a wonderful storyteller and we feel blessed to have him involved in every phase of what we do.
DVD # 50
Disc 50 Nessa Smith Wilson Students & Substance Abuse 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer NessaWilson.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
Description: one of the things that one of our founders (Angelo Papa) brags most about is he, like the Honorable. Judge Durkin also has a sense of picking winners. He describes that from the firstt time he met this determined young lady, he knew that she was not only hard-working, competent, tough, but able to reach people with a very strong treatment message. Her message on codependency is something that should be used in the classroom, on at least a semester basis. She also presides over the assessment process currently under development by the coalition.
DVD # 51
Disc 51 Suboxone 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer Suboxone.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
This is a commercial video design for medical people that can be of significant value to a layperson, in better grasping the various strategies in what is generally called medicine assisted treatment. The coalition worked with many wonderful physicians who indicate that they use this medication to safely and humanely, through this drug dependency, work toward total abstinence, which may next include the administration of naltrexone blockade, and eventually off of all medications.
DVD # 52
Disc 52 SACS Inc. Event Quick Testimonial Overview: Administrators, Teachers, Students; File name when opened on the computer TrialShow5MinEM3.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is a quick summary of all of the testimonials of our drug summit program, which includes short vignettes from administrators, teachers, and students.
DVD # 53
Disc 53 Student Made DUI/Drug Possession Movie & Real Life Preliminary Hearing 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer Drug-DUI HearingEM3.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is a movie that was produced and acted out by students and volunteer police officers, to demonstrate how one mistake can change everything, and the real life preliminary hearing. The movie features a real life, typical DUI arrest, including an innocent passenger who by accident hitched a ride with the wrong driver. Under the passenger seat is discovered a quantity of heroine significant enough to form the basis for a charge against the innocent passenger of possession with intent to deliver. Although the passenger is innocent, legal concepts like constructive possession, and conspiracy law provides a real-life exposure of this client to be found over at the preliminary hearing, and eventually being forced to plead or risk being convicted of something that will change his life including without limit the addition of a felony record. In an unrelated note, the ranking administrator in this project called the mock trial “another voice” for reaching children. We believe this multimedia production, could be “another voice” for having the children who are usually only engaged once a year for a play, use the other half of the year to make other situational movies to be used for construction purposes throughout the school year, in other schools, and in other difficult topic areas like bullying, etc.
DVD # 54
Disc 54 Student Made DUI/Drug Possession Movie File name when opened on the computer DrugSceneSandalone.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is the same movie as DVD number 53, but DVD number 53 includes the actual preliminary hearing, and this is just the movie without the preliminary hearing. As we indicated previously we believe this multimedia production, could be “another voice” for having the children who are usually only engaged once a year for a play, use the other half of the year to make other situational movies to be used for construction purposes throughout the school year, in other schools, and in other difficult topic areas like bullying, etc.
DVD # 55
Disc 55 All of Day 1 of 2014 Event Including Real Life Trial By Jury of DUI/DRUG ARREST Student Movie 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer SigSummitEM1.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is a DVD which includes the entire 1st day of the 2014 Kennedy Catholic Summit. It will: start with the opening ceremony, which includes roll call of local elected and non-elected officials, their lineup, national anthem, and moment of silence for students and 1st responders from the previous year lost their lives in the country: the DUI student drug movie is shown again because today is the day of the actual jury trial of the charges that were bound over from the DUI student drug movie preliminary hearing earlier in the year, the movie will be shown again to remind the children the facts, the jury has already been selected and pre-instructed by the judge for time purposes; the closing arguments take place in front of the student body and adults; the verdict is read; thereafter the dignitary professional luncheon takes place; next, the Summit is reconvened and the main speakers teach throughout the first afternoon: at the close of the 1st afternoon announcements will be made for the following Saturday CLE, CME, ACT 48 HOURS
DVD # 56
Disc 56 Misc Highlights 2014 Summit File name when opened on the computer 2014 Clips.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is a stand-alone video all the opening ceremony. The opening ceremony is designed to be preceded by mailings to all of the local, state, federal elected and other officials. They are reminded that roll call will be called whether they appear or not. If they appear they will be able to be recognized and comment on camera if desired. We believe they will attend because no attendance by at least a designee would not convey how much they truly care about their community. Therefore the formal opening helps us increase attendance. Next the national anthem, a moment of silence adds dignity to the entire event. Finally, the inexpensive school luncheon allows all of these people and summit participants to meet, share, network, and sign up for local social media.
DVD # 57
Disc 57 Summit Opening Ceremony & Verdict Trial By Jury File name when opened on the computer 2014SummitOpenCeremVerdict_1.mpg PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This DVD includes the opening ceremony, but also has jury verdicts from the mock trials. Obviously one of the birds was unavailable when we did the first t opening ceremony.
DVD # 58
Disc 58 Entire Testimonials Administrators, Teachers, Students 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer TrialShowEM4.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse; Legal Detox
This is the full length testimonial video. All of the testimonials in full are available on this video, administrators, teachers, and students. The in-depth student comments are very rewarding and enlightening.
DVD # 59
Disc 59 Preliminary Hearing DUI/Drug Student Movie 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer Drug-DUI HearingEM4mpeg PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is the preliminary hearing for the DUI drug offense student movie mock trial with the preliminary hearing, but perhaps most importantly is the story of Alexander Lindsay, Esq., which is sure to bring a tear to your eye, and hopefully cause you to want to join ours or some similar effort.
DVD # 60
Disc 60 Summit Template TV Commercial 30 Sec 2014 KC File name when opened on the computer Spot3.mp4 PERTAINING TO: Substance Abuse Summits Coalition; Prevent Drug/Alcohol Relapse;
This is a template TV commercials 30 seconds designed to promote any of our drug summits.
IX COALITION CURRENT ADVISORY BOARD/PRESENTATION STAFF:
Dr. Neil Capretto, D.O, F. A. S .A. M.. – Psychiatrist/Chief of Staff -Gateway Rehabilitation Center
Dr. Carl Rollyn Sullivan, III, M D, FACP – Director/Addictions West Virginia University Hospitals
The Honorable Judge Christopher J. St John – Mercer County Court of Common Pleas
Honorable Ron Antos Magisterial District Judge, Mercer County District 2-02
Dr. James Barber, MD, Pain Management Testing
Dr. Jacqueline Respress, EdD, Educational Director
Mr. Robin Cole, former Pittsburgh Steeler, 2 Time Super Bowl Champion
Mr. Larry Forletta, former DEA Agent, Risk to Community Assessment Prevention
Mr. Brian Welsh
Dr. John D. Wrightson, MD, Pain Management
Matthew Mangino, Esquire, former Member of the PA Parole Board and Lawrence County
District Attorney Robert Kochems, Mercer County
Nessa L Smith, MSW LCSW MBA, Co-Dependency
Angelo Papa, Esquire, Connecting “local” Treatment Options to the Law
Alexander Lindsay, Esquire, Professor of Trial Tactics, University of Pittsburg School of Law
Dr. Ata Ulag, MD FACEP MPH Objective Prescription toward a Total Abstinence Goal.
Dr. Mark Matta, DO Alternative Diagnosis
Michael Streib, Professor at Duquesne University School of Law
The Honorable Timothy Shaffer, Magistrate, former State Senator
Commissioner Matthew B. McConnell, Vice Chairman Mercer County Commissioners
Sabrina Amick Deskins, Esquire, Assistant Prosecutor, Logan, West Virginia
Kevin Flaherty, Esquire, Butler County Chief Public Defender (National Anthem)
Lawrence Kelly, Esquire
Mr. Edward Yerage, Educator, Inspirational Speaker, Government
Dan L. Bailey Substance Addiction Ministry
Terri L. Bailey Substance Addiction Ministry
Dr. Peter Iacino, PhD, President, Kennedy Catholic School
X WHAT DO JUDGES THINK
WHAT DO CRIMINAL JUDGES THINK:
Lycoming County June 20, 2013 Court Room IV
Honorable Marc F. Lovecchio
Sections from Case Transcript 1313
1 assume that you’re conceding that, listen Judge, a years a year and I’m not so sure much is going to happen in a year in any county facility except that we can ensure that he’ll get Vivitrol, but the real question is, what happens when he gets out? At least under county supervision we can control, it’s not a cookie cutter approach, it’s something that we can modify to his particular needs and circumstances?
THE COURT: Now I’m going to ask you a harder question. Fair enough, I accept that and I remember now. Now I’m going to ask you lot harder question s. Your attorney is very good, and he makes a lot of sense about a lot of things. But here’s the reality. Substance abuse and alcoholism is as bad a s it gets in my book … And not saying - and I’m not saying that from a judgment perspective, but .from a consequence perspective. . It ruins lives There are a whole host of secondary health related issues that cost zillions of dollars to the community -· What’s different now?
THE DEFENDANT: For me to get help?
THE COURT:· You don’t know this Mr. Papa, but -but in my court orders I have recently started to put in this language, “The court recognizes that Defendant’s criminal conduct is a direct or indirect result of· defendant’s substance abuse addiction_ The Court, consistent with scientific evidence, recognizes that addiction is a complex brain disease with significant behavioral characteristics Often, the negative behaviors continue even in the face of increasing negative consequences . This sentence is primarily necessary to prevent negative and harmful behaviors
It is also necessary for accountability purposes. Defendant’s risk of criminal recidivism associated with Defendant’s addiction will remain high and perhaps certain, unless while incarcerated and under supervision, defendant receives necessary treatment and support services. The court recommends that Defendant be provided, to the extent necessary and consistent with defendant’s correctional supervision requirements, the following: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Motivational Enhancement Therapy, Contingency Management, evidence based Pharmaceutical Interventions, other Psychosocial therapies and post-release community-based treatment services, disease management services and support services
THE COURT: Now having said all that, where do we draw the line? So what makes you different? How do I know that you — and I’ll be blunt and I’ll be honest, and I hate to say it, and maybe somebody will send this· transcript to the ethics board, how do I know you give a shit about your life?
THE COURT: Let me stop you. What’s the harm, Mr. Ciuca? What do we lost as a community?
MR. CIUCA: By keeping the defendant in the county, is that correct, Your Honor?
THE COURT: Yeah, what do we lose?
THE COURT: Isn’t that where we’re shortsighted? We’re shortsighted because we don’t remember that they will get out. This young man will get out, and when he’s out at 29 or 30 years old, whatever it is,’ when he gets out, and he’s got a family to support, he’s got a child, and he’s got a wife, where is he going to be? That’s the question. How many people get warehoused? Sure, will he have some things available to him in state prison?
Absolutely, He’ll have some — some cognitive behavioral therapies, but what he won’t have is Vivitrol, right? And he won’t even be allowed to be on it when he’s on state supervision.
THE COURT: So aren’t we denying him? Let’s say he was· here to be sentenced for having cancer and you said, .Judge I want to send him to state prison, I said to you, that’s all fine and dandy but he can’t get chemotherapy in state prison He can’t get chemo therapy while he on supervision in state prison And we know that chemotherapy really works for this. Just because our criminal justice system hasn’t caught up with scientific or medical evidence, is that a reason for us to buy into it? Isn’t he punished enough by having to sit in prison or 15 months, whether it’s state prison or county prison? No. You want him to really be punished
THE COURT: But this is a disease. That’s the problem.
THE COURT: Someone has to take, right, and we’ve talked about that this morning.
THE COURT: Let’s talk to Mr. Papa. M r Papa’s got to represent to the Court, do you have clients on Vivitrol who are under state supervision?
THE COURT: What is the down side here? If he doesn’t do what we need him to do then we have no
choice But shouldn’t he become somewhat –1 don’t want to put you on the — I don’t want to put you, okay_ I’m
going to keep him in county
THE COURT: Right There’s — there’s – there’s no doubt. The way I look at this is, if I consider all of the circumstances, there is more benefit to the community both presently and long term, if I keep him in the county. Now having said that, there is little risk, in other word s what I’m saying so the Commonwealths aware, and so the Adult Probation Office is aware, what I’m trying to do, consistent with what I always do, and you guys know it, you’ve seen me day in and day out, the deputies know it. !give people — I want to give them an opportunity to change their life I want to give them an opportunity to be better, and to treat whatever diseases they have going to have to come back to me and say, .Judge, send me to state prison. Actually what he’s going to have to come back to me is, warehouse me in state prison, because we’ll know that ·while I’m there 1 can’t hurt anybody.
THE COURT:· it’s not corrected, that you don’t kill your>e/f or somebody else And that’s always a concern when 1do something like this Now, if I look at it from a realistic standpoint, you’ll do the amount of time that you would have done anyway, so Society will be protected . And the way I look at this is that society has a better chance of being protected, or at least if’ we try this, society would have a better chance of being protected than if not, and it comes
down to this 1 don’t think we can punish the disease away. I don’t think we it hasn’t worked for decades. And it’s not going to work in the future. But what we can do is make them accountable I think he’s accountable. and I think we can make — actually I think we actually have more control over him at the county level than we would at the state level, and I understand the Commonwealth s position, but I’m willing to give it a shot this time. So let’s enter this order.
“Signature Hill through Angela A Papa… CLE seminar on substance abuse was very informative…I would recommend… you hearing this program.”
Honorable Thomas J. Doerr President Judge Court of Common Pleas Butler County, Pa
September 14, 2009
” I’d just like to state that it appears that . . is serious about becoming clean and being part of this program, which is part of the reason that we offered her this option ..
Assistant District Attorney Beaver County, Pa
” All right. Very well it appears … that your attorney ha s performed a very good service for you in putting you in a situation where not only is the retribution aspect of this case to be taken care of in other words for lack of a better word punishment, but more importantly your health and well-being appears to be the main concern and that’s really what it’s all about.”
Honorable Richard Mancini Court of Common Pleas Beaver County, Pa
February 27, 2008
” Sound s like a great idea . that is great.. . I hope that you can do that… I would like to see it more broadly accepted in our court system. That would be wonderful. I will mention it to Judge Manning at our judges meeting on Wednesday. Sound s like a very well thought out system ”
Honorable Judge Donald E. Machen Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas
September 13, 2010
…you submitted yourself to a very rigorous course of counseling and treatment and control of your behavior. I don’t know that I’ve never…that’s an interesting concept. There’s no doubt about it. I’m encouraged by the significant effort that’s been made here. I’m also encouraged that your counsel requires that of his clients, and I think it’s a great idea. Certainly, the sooner we get the treatment in these cases, the better off we are… exactly what your attorney said, that although this is not directly drug-related, it is certainly indirectly and we see that time and time again.”
Honorable John M . Cascio Court of Common Pleas Somerset County Pa
May 30, 2006
XI PARTICIPATING, NETWORKED, INDEPENDENT, REFERRAL LOCATIONS:
W.I.S.A.N. Legaldetox Woolhandler Independent Substance Abuse Network
318 Highland Avenue
New Castle, Pa. 16101
VRN Verifiable Recovery Network
3212 Wilmington Road
New Castle, Pa 16105
ANGELUS THERAPEUTIC SERVICES
318 Highland Ave.
New Castle, Pa.
724 654 09555
WILLIAM MCLACHLAN, LPC CAC Assessment/Coordinated Counseling Director SH ISAN
318 Highland Avenue
New Castle, Pa. 16101
101 North Meadows Dr.
Wexford, Pa. 15090
412 380 01100
100 Moffett Run Road
Aliquippa, (Center Twp.) Pa 15001-9152
NEIL KENNEDY RECOVERT CLINIC
2151 Rush Blvd.
Youngstown, Ohio 44507-1535
330 744 1181
DR. JOHN WRIGHTSON Medical Director SH ISAN
3212 Wilmington Road
New Castle, Pa 16105
DR. ROBERT WOOLHANDLER
5562 Wilkins Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15217
412 422 0500
412 422 5600
Fax 412 422 0501
XII LEGAL MEDICAL FORMS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST:
SACS On and Off-Line Libraries: email@example.com
SACS Facility Operational Manual Vol. I and II available.
XIII SACS BIBLIOGRAPHY SUGGESTED RESEARCH AND SUPPORTING DATA:
• America’s Problem Solving Courts: the Criminal Costs of Treatment and the Case for Reform: National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers.
• Addicted to a Flawed Solution: Drug Courts Revisited NACDL National Association of Defense Lawyers Norman Reimer 2009.
• How A Growing Dependence On Drug Courts Impacts People and Communities JPI Justice Policy Institute www.justicepolicy.org Nastassia Walsh – March 2011
• Drug Courts Are Not the Answer: DPA Drug Policy Alliance www.drugpolicy.org Tony Newman March 2011
• Capitol Hill Briefing: U.S. Drug Courts and the Portugal Model March 10, 2011
• Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2226 10:30 AM Dirksen Senate Office Building Room 562 1:30 PM. SAMHSA Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration November/December 2010. NSDUH National Survey on Drug Use and Health Report.
• Also SH Footnotes Bibliography from DPA, JPI, NACDL, and NAPDC available upon request.
• Specialty Courts. How a “good Lawyer” Can Help! By: 20015 Angelo A. Papa BS MA JD
ABC (AA) Program SHISAN Marketing Actual Court Case Transcript (Mercer County) 092607#13
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ABC (BB) Research SHISAN MarketingResearch#3 Judicially mandated naltrexone use by criminal offenders-A legal analysis 092607 #15
ABC (BB) ResearchSHISAN Marketing Research#4 Naltrexone for probationers and parolees 092607 #16
ABC (BB) ResearchSHISAN Marketing Research #5 Naltrexone in the Criminal Justice System 092607 #19
ABC (BB) ResearchSHISAN MarketingResearch #6 Ethical issues surrounding forced, mandated, or coerced treatment 092607 #20
ABC (BB) Research SHISAN Marketing Research #7 Depot naltrexone in lieu of incarceration 092607 #23
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Center for Substance Abuse Prevention (CSAP)
Community Anti-Drug Coalition of America
DEAL: Drug Education and Awareness for Life (Canada)
Narcotics Anonymous Canada
National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information
National Institute on Drug Abuse
National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
Partnership for a Drug-Free America
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DeStefano, Susan. Focus on Opiates. New York: Twenty-First Century Books, 1995.
Fernandez, Humberto. Heroin. Center City, MN: Hazelden Foundation, 1998.
Glass, George. Narcotics: Dangerous Painkillers. New York: Rosen Publishing Group, 1998.
Kirby-Payne, Ann. Refuse to Use: A Girl’s Guide to Drugs and Alcohol. New York: Rosen Publishing Group, 1999.
Mass, Wendy. Teen Drug Abuse. San Diego, CA: Lucent Books, 1997.
McLaughlin, Miriam Smith, and Sandara Peyser Hazouri. Addiction: The “High” That Brings You Down. Springfield, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1997.
Smith, Sandra Lee. Herion. New York: Rosen Publishing Group, 1995.
Woods, Geraldine. Herion. Springfield, NJ: Enslow Publishers, 1994.
Incorporating Alcohol Pharmacotherapy’s Into Medical Practice
A Treatment Improvement Protocol TIP SERIES #49
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration Center for Substance Abuse Treatment
1 Choke Cherry Road Rockville, MD 20857
XIV OTHER (WORD SEARCH TOPICS) AND INFORMATION BIBLIOGRAPHY:
University health/wellness centers
Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc. Presentations
SHISAN Professional Network
XV MISCELLANEOUS APPENDIX TITLES ONLY:
1. Grant writer nonprofit program
2. School seminar in service program
3. CLE class and luncheon program
4. CLE teaching recruiting
5. On line presentation program
6 Remote location program
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I further recognize and agree, to absolutely refrain from competing in any way within a 300-mile radius, and three-year period from the latest of the following time period (the last day I actively engage in business with Angelo Papa/Signature Hill or the date of receipt of this material.)
I further recognize and agree that under no circumstances will I use in any way any of these protected ideas, or properties unless and only until a proper licensing agreement has been signed by myself, and Angelo A. Papa, Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, and thereafter remain in strict compliance with all terms and provisions of that licensing agreement.
I further agree, to a affirmatively take all reasonable precautions to prevent, and thereafter promptly inform Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, of any unauthorized use including copying by any other person or entity. I further agree, to refrain from viewing and/or return any such property immediately to 318 Highland Ave, New Castle, Pa. at my expense, within 48 hours of receipt of any request to return materials for any reason. I also agree to the use of my likeness in any marketing materials.
I further agree, to legal remedies which include but are not limited to, ex-parte injunctive relief, liquidated damages, immediate restraint, and all forms of equitable relief, including counsel fees, all within the exclusive jurisdiction and under the procedural and substantive laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for any reasonably perceived breaches of this agreement. I agree that reasonable proof of mailing to my last known address or the address stated under my signature or name is sufficient by agreement for proper personal and subject jurisdiction for a documents and notices of any kind at any time. I further agree that any order or judgment of any court of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania or other court can be properly filed and executed against me or any property I may be interested in, in any state or country which I or property I have any interest in, may at any time be found.
I further agree that in the event of any conflict of any type whatsoever between and among myself or others in my charge on the one hand (and) Angelo Papa and Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, or other including, at minimum Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, and/or Angelo Papa, on the other hand, it is specifically and expressly agreed that all paragraphs in this document or any and all other agreements and any other contracts between us, (each and every individual paragraphs are agreed upon by me in advance and stipulated to be admissible and binding stipulated admissions as to all facts and reasonable inferences there from) and legal conclusions, which may (at the exclusive option of Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, Angelo Papa and/or Signature Hill) be claimed to be proven facts, and legal conclusions. All of this is after careful analysis, having the option of independent legal advice and in consideration of numerous issues including without limit the acknowledged and agreed-upon fact, that any alleged breach of any nature, will expose Angelo Papa and/or Substance Abuse Coalition Summits Inc, to substantial, irreparable, material harm, without adequate remedy at law. I agree that by my physical acceptance of this document I agree to all of the confidentiality, patient protections, and intellectual property terms above. It is further agreed that all of the terms in this agreement are admissible as stipulated facts in any future litigation. I agree not to reproduce this document or share it with anyone without the express written consent of Angelo A. Papa, Esquire.